The oddest member of Marvel Comics’ Ani-Men, who’s had a cryptic and inexplicable career.
But heh, I’m sure this article will get some positive buzz.
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A full-on example of a Player Character in the Warframe video game.
This also explains Tenno Void abilities, a chunk of the game’s backstory, the Lotus-issued spaceships (pre-Railjack), and the like.
This titanic crab appeared in a 1959 proto-Marvel Comics story, in Tales to Astonish. Giant monsters were hip in the 1950s, daddy-o.
There’s also notes about the BODY score of giant monsters, somehow.
As of May of 2020, we’ve added Mutants & Masterminds stats to this profile. Having two sets of stats is important, as it allows for a pincer movement strategy.
This covers the Viper (Ophelia Sarkissian)’s early life and her original career as Madame Hydra, during the early 1970s.
That’s the Jim Steranko era. So hang on to your fez, true believers !
As of May of 2020, this profile was entirely redone. We cut it once, and two shall take its place. More, actually.
From the classic Back To The Future movies. These are old capsule notes.
As of May of 2020 these still are old capsule notes, back from the past. But now they have M&M stats that never chicken out.
A “how to” article about, essentially, remastering the Mass Effect video game 2007 on a PC in 2020.
As we rev up for an overhaul of our Mass Effect character profiles, this article has been fully overhauled and updated. There’s been a lot of modding work on the trilogy since we last covered the subject.
A compact review of Marvel Comics’ various Serpent Squad teams of villains, with a roster for each version.
These were all low-ish-powered villain team with a handy snake motif. Well, except for those versions with the Eel as a member.
A fully fleshed-out sample heroic/dark fantasy character, based on a weird Path of Exile build.
A burning intelligent sword that kills her wielders, darting acrobatics based on a magical proximity sense, a feral huntress with a pet canary, these sorts of things.
A very very tall fighter and agent, blatantly based on Kareem Abdul Jabar in Game of Death. We couldn’t resist, obviously.
As of April of 2020, this entry received a texts and illustrations review. Plus a tall glass of Mutants & Masterminds stats.
This is the first profile for Melissa Gold. It covers her early career as Screaming Mimi before she became Songbird of the Thunderbolts.
As of April of 2020, the text and pictures have been autotuned and we’ve remixed M&M stats in.
A short-ish profile of the Khora warframe from, well, the Warframe video game, for use in tabletop/pen-and-paper RPGs.
A strange huntress with a mysterious backstory, a killer cybercat and a magic barbed chain.
A sort of creepy, evil would-be telepathic Batman from another reality. This is the 1964 version, not the Grant Morrison one.
As of October of 2019, this profile was reworked using the incredible power of our unparalleled genius brains.
And as of April of 2020 a technical review/explanation was appended to the stats, since they’re a bit abstract.
A great space menace from another universe. And one of Marvel Comics’ notable villains.
As of March of 2020, this entry has been entirely redone. It now covers but the 1960s and 1970s, since even just that is a lot of info.
Big and slightly strange Humble grab bag is up. Comics, books, games, some software…
On that one, 100% of the money goes to medical charities who need supplies against the covid-19 pandemic.
Another example of a fully-fleshed out Player Character from a video game. This time a female Barbarian Shaman from the seminal Everquest MMO.
Predictably, this also presents setting elements such as the Northmen, the Tribunal, Halas, the epic weapon quest for that class, etc..
A “how to” article about playing music files on your Windows PC in a pleasant, high-quality manner on a moderate-for-most-people ($250-ish) hardware total budget.
I wasn’t planning to publish it now since there already was a “how to” article a few weeks back. But home improvement stuff has become much more relevant since…